Dr. Susan J. Hillman SoTL Mini-Grant Recipients

Susan HillmanThe Dr. Susan J. Hillman SoTL Faculty mini-grants are named in honor of the founding director of UNE’s Center for the Enrichment of Teaching and Learning, now the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning. Susan Hillman was a full professor in the Education Department at the University of New England. She received her Ph.D. from Indiana University in Curriculum and Instruction and began her career in higher education in 1983, focusing on the areas of science pedagogy, mathematics pedagogy, school law, and general curriculum and instruction methodology. In 2014 she brought her passion for teaching and learning to CETL as its founding director. She advanced the mission of the center and increased faculty engagement with the scholarship of teaching and learning through the development of the faculty mini-grant program.


2018-19 Recipients

Evaluating the Impacts of Peer Teaching on First Year Student Transition, Engagement, and Interprofessional Learning

collynCollyn J. Baeder
Department of Health Wellness and Occupational Studies, Westbrook College of Health Professions

karen pardueKaren Pardue
Westbrook College of Health Professions

Does case-based experiential learning improve occupational therapy students' clinical reasoning and use of motor learning strategies?

janeJane O'Brien​
Department of Occupational Therapy, Westbrook College of Health Professions

mary bethMary Elizabeth Patnaude ​
Department of Occupational Therapy, Westbrook College of Health Professions

Development of a Mapping Protocol and Anatomy Education in Entry-Level Occupational Therapy

.Mary Elizabeth Patnaude
Department of Occupational Therapy, Westbrook College of Health Professions

 

Go Fish: Increasing student engagement and performance in biochemistry laboratory learning outcomes through the use of fluorescent zebrafish

deena smallDeena Small
Department of Chemistry and Physics, College of Arts and Sciences

yiben wangYiben Wang
Department of Chemistry and Physics, College of Arts and Sciences

The Effects of Note-taking on Learning and Retention

dougDouglas Spicer
College of Osteopathic Medicine

.Kathryn Thompson
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

Using Hands on Culinary Medicine Modules to Improve Acquisition Acquisition and Retention of Nutrition Concepts for the Prevention and Treatement of Nutrition Related Disease

.Kathryn Thompson
College of Osteopathic Medicine

.Douglas Spicer
​College of Osteopathic Medicine


2017-18 Recipients

Utilizing competency-based models to design applied practice experiences for the graduate level Public Health students

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Titilola Balogun
College of Graduate and Professional Studies

richard parent
Richard Parent 
College of Graduate and Professional Studies

Sharla Willis
College of Graduate and Professional Studies

Exploration of the educational benefits of team presentations by student participants of the "supervised student inter-professional pain clinic"

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Ling Cao
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

 

 

Correlating Pharmacy students' stress levels with their stress perception and performance

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Gurkishan S. Chadra
College of Pharmacy

srindi mohan
Srindi Mohan
College of Pharmacy

wallace marsh
Wallace Marsh
College of Pharmacy


 

Developing Interprofessional Compentency through Collaborative Simulation Experiences

lane clarke
Lane Clarke
Department of Education, College of Arts and Sciences

audrey bartholomew
Audrey Bartholomew
Department of Education, College of Arts and Sciences

caryn husman
Caryn Husman
Department of Occupational Therapy, Westbrook College of Health Professions

cyndi amato
Cyndi Amato
​Department of Social Work, College of Arts and Sciences

caroline beals
Caroline Beals​Department of Occupational Therapy, Westbrook College of Health Professions

Brilliant, just can't talk to anyone: Does unrecognized autism disorder contribute to sub optimal physician communication?

Stuart N. Damon 
College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

 

 

Student competency in taking dental impressions fo patients with Parkinson Disease

yang kang
Yang Kang
College of Dental Medicine

 

 


 

Efficacy of strategies to promote academic success for academically at-risk accelerated Bachelor of Science Nursing students

debra kremlich
Debra Kramlich
​Department of Nursing, Westbrook College of Health Professions

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Dana Law-Ham
Department of Nursing, Westbrook College of Health Professions

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Kristin Holt
Department of Nursing, Westbrook College of Health Professions

Nora Krevans
Learning Specialist
Student Academic Success Center

The effectiveness of the immediate feedback assessment technique in improving pre-lecture preparation and course success

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Patricia Long
Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Sciences

 

 

Investigating emotional intelligence, empathy, and teamwork experience in first-year medical students

ling cao
Ling Cao
​​College of Osteopathic Medicine

Celia Mantovani
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

Kathryn Thompson
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

Douglas Spicer 
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

The effects of note-taking on learning and retention

Douglas Spicer
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

Kathryn Thompson
​College of Osteopathic Medicine

 

 


Past Recipients

2016-17

2015-16

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